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Wed, February 10, 7:00 PM EST
Amway Center
TV: FS-FL
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-400
Line
+310
105.2
PPG
99.5
49.2
FG %
45.1
79.5
FT %
76.6
39.3
3PT %
35.2

Schedule

Fri Jan 22
L 120 - 116CHA
Recap
Mon Jan 25
L 108 - 102at MEM
Recap
Tue Jan 26
L 107 - 100at MIL
Recap
Fri Jan 29
L 113 - 94at BOS
Recap
Sun Jan 31
W 119 - 114BOS
Recap
Mon Feb 1
L 107 - 92at SA
Recap
Wed Feb 3
L 117 - 114at OKC
Recap
Fri Feb 5
L 107 - 93LAC
Recap
Sun Feb 7
W 96 - 94ATL
Recap
Mon Feb 8
W 117 - 110at ATL
Recap
7:00 pm EST
Today
FS-FLSA
Preview
7:00 pm EST
Fri Feb 19
DAL
6:00 pm EST
Sun Feb 21
IND
7:00 pm EST
Tue Feb 23
at PHI
7:00 pm EST
Thu Feb 25
GS
7:30 pm EST
Fri Feb 26
at NY
6:00 pm EST
Sun Feb 28
PHI
8:30 pm EST
Tue Mar 1
at DAL
7:00 pm EST
Wed Mar 2
CHI
7:00 pm EST
Fri Mar 4
PHO

Standings

EAST
Southeast
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Atlanta18-1530-24
Miami16-1529-24
Charlotte16-1326-26
Washington17-1523-27
Orlando13-1923-28
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Magic's Tobias Harris: Could play Wednesday night
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Harris (ankle) didn't go through shootaround, but hasn't been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Spurs, John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com reports.

Harris has missed the last two games with a sore left ankle, but he still plans to test out the ankle during pregame warmups before making a final determination on his status for Wednesday night. If Harris plays, expect Evan Fournier to shift back to a bench role.

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Magic's C.J. Watson: Probable for Wednesday against the Spurs
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Coach Scott Skiles said after Wednesday's morning shootaround that Watson (calf) has a "strong chance" to play later in the evening against the Spurs, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Since Watson first sustained the calf injury back in mid-November, the Magic have continually said that the point guard was without a timetable for a return, but at the very least, it looks like he's finally reached the day-to-day range of the recovery process. Watson has increased his activity in practice in recent weeks, and it looks like that will be enough for him to get back on the court in a reserve role behind starter Elfrid Payton. The veteran averaged just 19 minutes a contest before his injury, and could see his role even more limited while he battles Shabazz Napier for top backup duties at point guard.

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Magic's Jason Smith: Scores 14 points off bench Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jason Smith tallied 14 points (7-11 FG), four blocks, two steals, and one assist across 22 minutes in Monday's 117-110 overtime win over the Hawks.

Smith has popped for double-digit points in two of the Orlando Magic 's last four games, but considering that the 22 minutes he received Monday were his most since Jan. 14, he's unlikely to gain much steam from here. The useful reserve big man is averaging 6.3 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 0.8 blocks over 15 minutes in 46 appearances for the Magic on the season.

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Magic's Elfrid Payton: Scores 20 points in Monday's win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Elfrid Payton tallied 20 points (8-15 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-4 FT), seven assists, four rebounds, three steals, and one block across 41 minutes in Monday's 117-110 overtime win over the Hawks.

Backcourt mate Victor Oladipo (nine points on 3-of-12 shooting) couldn't get it going all night, but Payton proved more than capable in picking up the slack. The point guard eclipsed the 20-point mark for the first time since Jan. 20, and seems to be trending back up again after he opened February with six-point outings in each of his first three games of the month.

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Magic's Channing Frye: Plays five minutes Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Channing Frye scored no points (0-2 FG, 0-2 3Pt) in five minutes of court time in Monday's 117-110 overtime win against the Hawks.

Aaron Gordon has been outstanding since claiming the starting power forward job from Frye in late January, and there's no sign that coach Scott Skiles intends to hand that role back to the veteran. Look for Frye to play only spot minutes off the bench the rest of the season in situations where the Orlando Magic are looking to add more three-point shooting on the floor.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGNikola Vucevic , C17
RPGNikola Vucevic , C8.9
APGElfrid Payton , PG5.8
FG%Nikola Vucevic , C50.1
FT%Victor Oladipo , SG83.7
3P%Evan Fournier , SG39.5
BLOCKSNikola Vucevic , C53
STEALSEvan Fournier , SG67
MPGTobias Harris , SF32.9
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